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Small Town Lyrics

"Small Town" is track #9 on the album The Best That I Could Do. It was written

by Mellencamp, John.

"Well, I was born in a small town And I live in a small town Prob'ly die in a small town Oh, those small communities

All my friends are so small town My parents live in the same small town My job is so small town Provides little opportunity

Educated in a small town Taught the fear of Jesus in a small town Used to daydream in that small town Another boring romantic that's me

But I've seen it all in a small town Had myself a ball in a small town Married an L.A. doll and brought her to this small town Now she's small town just like me

No, I cannot forget where it is that I come from I cannot forget the people who love me Yeah, I can be myself here in this small town And people let me be just what I want to be

Got nothing against a big town Still hayseed enough to say Look who's in the big town But my bed is in a small town Oh, and that's good enough for me

Well, I was born in a small town And I can breathe in a small town Gonna die in this small town And that's prob'ly where they'll bury me"

SONGWRITERS: MELLENCAMP, JOHN

Fair Use for commentary: PUBLISHED BY: LYRICS © EMI MUSIC PUBLISHING [1]


Contents

Big City Elitists Want Everyone ELSE disarmed

Just like all elitist "one world government" globalist socialists (including the Obama Administration), one of the key elements to the Nazi's initial success in taking over all of Germany and much of Europe was citizen disarmament through the National Socialist's liberal policies of gun control and mainstream media propaganda demonization through class warfare. This strategy is common to all elitists.

Incremental Gun-Grabbing of the Elitist Police state|Nanny State

Liberals and socialists support "common sense" measures - a "good first step" of the Nanny State. To a citizen-prepper-patriot and to the Bill of Rights, this is "death by a thousand paper cuts".

This Second Amendment Foundation video is the formal response to Hollywood's Demand a Plan gun-grabbing propaganda video. The video shows one of the main differences between liberal gun control Nanny states (Blue states) and conservative and/or libertarian Second Amendment-supporting "free states" (Red states). This video shows why we vote with our feet:

If I Wanted to Save America

Jack Spirko of the Survival Podcast responded to a shocking video called "If I Wanted America to fail".[2]

Jack answered with his podcast on "If I Wanted to Save America" (http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/help-spread-the-word-and-share-if-i-wanted-to-save-america): TSP Episode 890 - Listener Calls for 4-27-12.

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For one's long-term survival from the threats of the Nanny State-Police state, Jack Spirko created Walking to Freedom. Walking to Freedom is a libertarian initiative by where sovereign citizens are encouraged to pull up stakes and move from the tyranny of the Naughty states to a more open and free state -- to vote with their feet through strategic relocation.


Quotes

C.S. Lewis wrote:

Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber baron]]s than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience. [1]

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